The British Airways has announced to resume its flight operations in Pakistan after a decade.

The flight would be scheduled from London Heathrow Airport to Islamabad’s New International Airport from June next year.

The announcement was made by representatives of British Airways at a News Conference in Islamabad.

British Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad Richard Crowder said his Country regards Pakistan as a trade partner.

Speaking on the occasion Adviser to PM on trade Abdul Razzaq Daud said restoration of British Airways flights shows a change in Pakistan.

Prime Minister’s Special Assistant Zulfi Bukhari thanked the British Airways for resumption of flights in Pakistan.

There will three flights from London to Islamabad, every week. The British Airways will operate class three 787 Dream Liner. The two-way ticket will cost 499 Pounds.